Abstracts

Original contributions are welcome from researchers and practitioners in these indicative conference themes:

  1. Building simulation at scale – stock modelling, energy networks, city and regional modelling
  2. Built environment energy policy landscape
  3. Calibration, validation and the application of uncertainty at scale
  4. Case-studies of modelling for policy development and support
  5. Case studies in urban energy modelling
  6. Modelling outputs for non-technical audiences
  1. Data acquisition at scale
  2. Accounting for diverse energy behaviour
  3. Future energy compliance and certification
  4. Software developments - new technical and policy support tools, models, and metrics
  5. Supporting a just transition to Net Zero
  6. Characterising urban energy resources
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. They should describe clearly the research objectives and new knowledge arising from the research. Click here for guidance on how to submit an abstract.

The deadline for Abstracts has been extended to 03 May 2024. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed with full papers for accepted abstracts due July 05 2024 .